TAT License No: 34/01870

Insurance No: D0-69-60/C00234

Damnern Sadauk Floating Market, Ayutthaya Temples, Unseen Autthaya light show


DESCRIPTION
PRICE
Price in Thai Baht Per Person [Minimum 2 PAX]

2400*

Price in US Dollar Per Person [Minimum 2 PAX]

80*

**For special prices & offers please contact us via Phone , Email or Facebook
Wonderful Ayutthaya and more! Damnern Sadauk Floating Market, Ayutthaya Temples, Unseen Autthaya light show & Set Lunch & Set Dinner
PLEASE NOTE

*Please note that you don’t need to pay with your Booking, payment will only be requested once we receive and confirm your Booking.

*For larger groups we can customize tours & provide discounted rates.

 

This tour picks up from all hotels in Khao San Road area and most hotels in the central tourist area. Please check with us before booking to see if your hotel is within free pickup area.
Drop off on Khao San Road after the tour.
ITINERARY DESCRIPTION
06.00 AM
  • Pickup from your hotel outside the Khao San Road Area
07.00 AM
  • Pickup from hotel within Khao San Road area
07.30 AM
  • Transfer from Bangkok to Floating Market
09.10 AM
  • Arrive Damnern Sadauk Floating Market and take a long tail speed boat [ Optional if you wish to join paddle boat ride please pay on arrival 150 Baht per person ]
11.30 AM
  • Transfer from Floating Market and return to Bangkok
13.00 PM
  • Take a speed ferry around Ayutthaya islands
15.20 PM
  • Arrive Ayutthaya and visit
  • Wat Yai Chaimongkol
    or the Great Monastery of Auspicious Victory. In the past it bears other names as Wat Pa Kaeo, Wat Chao Phraya Thai and Wat Yai Chaiya Mongkhon.
  • Wat Phra Srisanphet
    The Wat Phra Si Sanphet was the temple of the royal family; no monks lived there. The Wat was used exclusively for royal ceremonies.
    In 1767, the Burmese conquered the capital of Ayutthaya and began the extensive destruction and looting of numerous temples and other buildings, including the Wat Phra Si Sanphet. They set the building on fire and melted the gold. The three Chedis were destroyed in the process, but restoration work began in 1956
  • Wat Phra Mahathat
    Wat Mahathat (Temple of the Great Relics) is located  in the center of Ayutthaya. Apart from being the symbolic center where the Buddha's relics were enshrined, Wat Mahathat was also the residence of the Supreme Patriarch or leader of the Thai Buddhist monks. The temple is believed to be built during the 14th century A.D. (the early Ayutthaya period).
    The main prang collapsed during the Ayutthaya period, but was restored. It collapsed again in 1911, so only the foundation of the main prang remains at present.
17.30 PM
  • Take a speed ferry around Ayutthaya islands
18.00 PM
  • Dinner at local restaurant
19.00 PM
  • Last program Unseen Ayutthaya at Night [ Light Show at temple ]
20.30 PM
  • Arrive Bangkok drop off Khao San Road area
Remark:
Itinerary Tour subject to change without prior notice. Departure time or Arrival Time are approximation.
Conditions:

For a minimum of 2 people booking. We pickup from most hotels in the central tourist area.
For 1 person booking you would need to make your own way to join the group on Khao San Road.
Drop off near Khao San Road at the end of the trip.

Time: 06.00-20.30